Updated: Dec 1, 2005, 8:49 AM

Vote: Will the Colts remain perfect?

 Tony Dungy
Tony Dungy may face tough choices down the stretch.
Win every game you play, and you'll end up champions. It seems like an easy equation, but could a shot at perfection actually help derail the Indianapolis Colts' Super Bowl aspirations?

With a dominant defensive performance against the rough-and-tumble Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday, the Colts improved to 11-0 this season and further demonstrated an ability to win any kind of game. That has a lot of people talking about the team's chances of running the table and matching the 1972 Miami Dolphins as undefeated champs.

But the Colts are so good this season, they may clinch home-field advantage in the AFC with several games to spare. And head coach Tony Dungy appears to be weighing the value of a run at perfection against resting players for the playoff run.

So what does 16-0 really mean, SportsNation? What should Dungy do, and how will the season end for the Colts?


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